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Hart ami the riiouialc, hi him I.-iIi il with tho
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raar. Want f V llnllly. Srn lro
trall.tn, niiliilrff lire I rum trtria
find 4 tironlr lit II ntil l !'. It serves
every purpose where a ToMi; Is iic.ceiisury.
fimafictorcd by The Ir. Harlf r Medicine Co., SI. Louis.
The following la one nf lliu very many testimo
nials we are iccelviiiK dally:
CtanVmsii.-Nome throe, llumtlm ago I lirfr.m tlia
DBe Of l)H. IlAKTKU'M lllON ToNKi, II . (Ill the ad
Tire of uisuy friends who knew Iin virtue. I wa
ulfitrliif; fioiii m-niTiil oYhllliy to such an extent
tliat toy labor w8exeei-illiulv biinlcimoliie to mo.
A vacation of a uionlli ilbl not t:lve me much r
lief, but on the contrnry, Vina lolloweil by In
creaMil linistrntlon uii'l hliiklnfr cIiIIIh. Al till!
time 1 bfKvi IIibiwo of your Ikon Tonic, from
which I re.'illu'd abuoHt linuieillale and wonderful
reetilu. 'i'lieold energy returiied and I found that
my natural force wan tint iieriimiiLiilly abated. 1
have llt'cd tlirev linltleHof IhuToNn;, Min e unlng
It 1 have dune twice the labor that I ever did In Ilia
same time during my Hint us, and w ith iloublu tlio
cane. With tin: trail. iul uerve and lirnrof body,
lias come also a eb-nrni'iia of thought never before
t'lijoyed. If the Tonic baa not muio Uic work, I
kuow not what. I I'lve it the credit.
Mobt gratefully youra.
J. 1'. WATSON,
Troy, 0., Jan. 1, 1B78. i'anun lurlaUau Church.
'Sale by Druggkts and General Dealers Every when
1 1. i llii) ci.iu:'irr.-nt trmiumvul the ).ulillc mill
thu inodiCAl irol'i:.iiin, lliai lloli tu ri Slo n ,ch
uiii'-ri. i a ur itn inn willed achieve reHilta i-iieed
ny nut, tiior.uiii anil benign ll hIiIik rectllyiiii;
i.ii uiiumiit. ii luvipinnoM inn leelile, r.uiiitivra
kidney and hlnililur cii'iiilHint, imd l a leim thu
cuovulti-ctnr.e "I lliu'i' rue ive-in Irimi i nf ebliliK
ui.eaeii .11 reovcr 1 1 la tin! luli'l fl'eenii; IjI
icvit anil aiii),
Koraaiu by all Mrnniiidii ami deub rH eetiuially.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vniiiin of you till ul ltiipriideii c.an-ing I'reaiv
hire Iiway, Nervoim lability, lt ManlnK tU'H
taii: trw il In vain every known remedy, lun d a
oovehl a iinilemli ciin-, winch he. will M ud I'Rrii
to hit I. IIow.huIIi rcra utMfj.'U J. 1,1, Ur;l i ,
I li.illi.iin M.. TV. V.
A favorlto nnrrliftlfm ..f nh. . .i..
moat notwl Miid auiTtimful aiterlallNi In the V H
mow rMirwli tor tht enre of .ri'ota ItrbiHtu.
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AUrut DR. WARD A CO.. UmUUh. Mo.
Dbk HTOMACkl d&
A DAY'S LESSON.
It was striking odd o'clock on a cold.
wintry night, ris a enrria., tilled with
yawning tioncs, ri.nmi over tliu oiivo.
incut uf Union Sotniru mul ilnnv m lm
fore a cimifiirtitblo frccHtono lionso in
fifteenth Ntreet. "Hrothcr Jim." who
liml imallautly jireferretl tlio Hociety of
tliu coiu'liniun mul a ciiir, (lencenlcil to
the fiirriiio clnor ami coinmeneed an
iiivolimtaiy HehottiNcho n tliu cold from
the llaii.uic.s struck throtigli hi.s patent
n-.iuiiT iiiiin fMllllO, mo oiliest Miss
Lockwootl, roused her wister and cousin
from a short linn on tlio back seat, and
htemied out into tlio inoonlio;ht, u.s tall
iiinl stylish in her hood amr writps its
nIio hud liecn an hour before in the ball
room. Kelt ami Isabel, all curia and
rionicttes ami shawls, eiiine shivering up
iih; in-ii hit'tis, Nil i loriod ny ciiarliu
J.ockvvooii, the just graduated collegian
of the family.
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iiii'iiut unit, iM-i ug w iiiti. is leruieti a
"last young man in society, thought it
necessary io coutiieraiT urn velocity of
his aetiMis by the slowness of hi.s drawl
and the languor of his general manner,
where his sisters or the young ladies of
their set were concerned. Ho left, it to
Charlie to turn tip the gas and get Isabel
a glass of water, as he plunged his hands
os f:ir as possible into his "bang up,"
and, leaning on the banisters, declared
parties uncommonly slow, and "all the
women got up in the same style every
night in tint season."
"No variety," exclaimed the Injured
young gentleman, preparing to shulllo
ll' to bed in advance, of thu young la
thes. Charlie wished them a gay good
night, telling Nett that ho heard compli
ments showered upon her as thick as
motto papers; and Hd that ulie danced
like a I'reciosa, a comparison which
mvstilied her considerably, as shu was
not jusi out of Yale and very much in
love with Longfellow's .Spanish Stu
dent. "Nothing for mo?" asked Sallie, as
she leaned on the railing of the first
landing to watch him stand on tiptoe,
lighting his cigar at the chandelier.
"Not n S3 liable. Any fellow of the
.it.'t Knows you are as vain as can be al
leady, and 1 must not eoiiiiicunnco you
And so these pleasure-seeking young
people dispersed to their own rooms to
sleep oil' the fatigues of the tirst large
party of the season.
The brothers were consigned to the
usual' bachelor upartmeuts of a New
York family, named hall rooms, with
out tire or light, until they had invoked
one by the aid nf the ever ready lueifers.
The young iris occupied the two large
communicating chambers on the third
lloor, where blazing orates and gas
burners sent, a cheerful radiance over
mirrors and curtains and white-counter-pined
beds. It was the very picture of
comfort this frosty night, and the cham
bermaid, dozing in an easy-chair, hud
contributed much to make 'it so.
Uel, who had commenced stripping
herself of her finery on the stairs, threw
a handful of glittering jewelry brace
lets, a brooch and necklace into al'ar
inii sea shell standing on the dressing
table and called for Norah to unlace her
dress that very instant, or she should
"die with sleep."
"And hurry, there's a good girl," said
Annette, "for mine is in a dreadful knot;
I hi'iran to undo it under my cloak in
"I had to dance with that odious
Mark Harrison twice," lamented liel tho
nct instant, "lie keeps time so abomi
"1 ueversaw him keep time at all,"re
markotl Sallie. unthreading the long
braids of her blauk hair. "Just look at
mv new tarletan! What a smash! It will
never le lit to wear again! There were
six tunes its many as the Lou so wouIJ
"I didn't even gi-t a sight of the .-upper
table," added lid, in the Mime in
jured lone of voice; "not mi much asau
oyster or a glass of champagne. When
I give a 'party, I never mean to have
more than can get into the suppcr-rootn
comfortably. Oh, dear! I am so tired!
There, that will do, Norah. I believe
you iire half asleep."
"Sure, an' it's sleepy time," said
Her young mistress did not daro to
use more thtin.u pettish tone toward the
weary-looking maid. It was against
Mrs. Lock wood' h rule, and of her own
free will, that she had waited up to as
"There, von can go now, said Sallie,
cs the girl liegan to collect some of the
scattered linery. "Mine are only hooks
and eyes. Oh, girls, what do you 'think!"
when the door closed behind her, "I
really believe our Jim is attentive to
Mary SneHing, I saw them silting to
gether in the recess of the reception
room, looking as tender as possible. I
was dying to get Norah oil' so as to tell
"I should think you might have wnity
ml till she hung up our dresses," liel re
torted crossly. "1 know Mary Snelling
is doing her best to get J i in; anybody
could see that, with half an eye. I'm
sure I'm too tired to touch the "room to
night." In am it her minute the disturbed young
huly, w ho, to do her justice, was only
fieiful when sleepy, had tied on hei'V'ui
cnciennes.frilleil cap. and nestled her
self comfortably on the pillows.
"Hut, Isabel," said her cousin, care
fully laying in a little box her only or
naments -u brooch and earrings of her'
mother's hair -"here is all' your jew
'Well, I can't help it; nobody will
run oil' with it to-night. I wouldn't get
up for twenty sets of coral."
"Let her be. Nett," said Sallie, step
ping out, of the pile of fleecy flounces
and into the low French bed. "Thero's
all my things too. I wouldn't bo hi red
to nut ihein up to-night. I wish I had
beeii born to a lady's timid."
"Notali seems to be avery nieo girl.
i iihc lur a great deal belter than
.Ann, who huh here when I lirst catno."
'On y mamma is so afraid of letting
r wail, on m, she savs there's enotnrh
ft' the regular work in our large family.
Are you never coining to bed, Annet
t"?" and even the stylish Sally began
to show symptoms of drowsiness.
"As soon as I have hung up my
I Lings. You kno'.v 1 can't get evening
ill-ewes lis c:viK' n you can, and hitvo
to lake care of what 1 Lave. Norah
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLKTIN:
seems very honest and obliging."
"That's it. . She would as soon take
care of our drawers ns not: but mamma
has a foolish notion that lace sets and
embroidered handkerchiefs and jewelry
might tenmt the most honest person to
steal. I ll be up time enough to put
them away before breakfast."
Hut the red light from the grate flick
ered out, and the gray light of dawn
crept over the disordered room before
either of the wearied occupants so much
as turned upon their pillows. And even
the dressing-bell rang unheeded, except
by Annette, who lay In a half-dreainy
revery, wondering ii' it really was time
to get up. Finally she roused herself
siiliieieiitly to look at her cousin's
watch, ami found to her consternation
that they had just lif teen minutes to dress
There is a sleight of hnnd, wonderful
to the uninitiated, by w hich votiitf la
dies contrive to make a mornim' toilet
in an iiicreiuoiy snort .space ol time,
Sallie and Isabel, roused at last, arrayei
themselves as rapidly impossible: for
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i'ii i'"oin nun, uiuiiil: i-u i in many t nines.
exacted prompt attendance at. tlio break-
last taolo. So down stairs the ladies
hurried, without so much as a thomdit
of the scattered jewelry left behind.
It was a very merry breakfast party,
they had so much to discuss with .pitch
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oiuei nun v nanie ami dim; so many
itieer incidents to relate. Mr. Lock
wood, who suspended his perusal of the
money article lo listen, and Mrs. Lock
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wooi i, wno nan necu a ncllo lierseif in
her younger days, showed a great deal
oi interest in all that had occurred.
Charlie, especially, was in the highest
spirits, and fretted the elegant Jim con
tinually with allusions to "Miss Suel
ling's addresses." until the youiiir iren-
tli inan's ire was sii liic-hl v roused that
Mr. Liiekwood told them both it was
high time they' should be down town,
and so sent them about their business.
The girls lounged about the dining
room and parlor some time longer, talk
ing ami laughing all at once, until Del
suddenly remembered the coral set, her
father's last birthday gift, and Lurried
up stairs to put it in the cases.
..Not a trace ol it was to be tniind, ex
cept the pear-shaped pendant of ono
ear-ring, nccideidaily dropped and over
looked. I er haps :orali had nut them
iwav. The kev was in the drawer, but
the drawer was empty. Sallie miirht
have played her a trick, and hidden
them wiih her own ornaments after she
had dropped asleep, l'.ut Sallie's watch
and chain and diamond ring had vanish
ed too. i he bewildered trirl stood per
fectly still for a moment in the extrem
ity of her loss, and then ruslJng down
stairs, heedless of the discovery of hor
careievsne.i.s, began calling "Sallie, moth
er, papa," all at once, much to the as
tonishment of those who still lingered
in a croup mum! Mr. Lockwood.
The old mciehant was seriously an
gry, when he comprehended what had
lappciied, at his daughters for thoir
carelessness, in spite ol oft-repeated
warning, but above all things that he
hotild have harbored a thief in his
household. The hall door was fastened
as usual: no one could haveentered that
way. The. cook, an old family servant.
otild t ike her iil!'nla it that no one had
ittsscd through the area, w here she had
just left Norah "talking with a boy, her
The whole family instinctively looked
at each other at tins nnnoiiuccinent, and
Mr. Lockwood immediately despatched
the waiter lo detain i he man, and sond
Norah lo him. The discovery was made
too bite; the man had disappeared with
his booty; cook also lesiifvinir that she
saw the. girl "give him a bit of parcel,
uioiign sue never saw harm m her."
Jl was very hard for Mis. Lockwood
to believe that thevoiing. innoccnt-loob
ing girl to whom lie had taken such
fallCV. ailll who I, ml lllii.lo horsi.lf n rrnn.
(Till favorite in (he i:iiii:.i-hold, could bo
the culprit. F.vi'i! Mr. Lockwood had
noticed lu r iiiik stop ami cheerful faco
as he pa-. .oil her on the stairs. Dut who
cbo cue il it i 'c ' The jewelry was cono.
to th value of man ,- hundred dollars,
and no oi.ee .n' l Norali had any call
to enter (he u!:ng la lies' rooms. Ev
ery draw i r. 1 . 1, an 1 hiding-place was
M iuvhid . !!M. i,in e oibcer, hurriedly
-iiiiioiniii i; ami i ii-(lieioii became
charge preferred by Mr. Lockwootl
against his new servant, nil the ret hav
ing been in the family many years.
It was a pitiful sight, an she was lei
uway to the station-lioiiM', still protest.
ing her innocence; her hair dishevelled,
her face pale ami swollen with sobhi
and the dreadful fear of a prison before
her, for no one could doubt but this was
her lirst otVenee. Mr. Lockwood sent
his daughter,-, lo (heir own rooms before
she was linnlly given up to the olhccr,
and steeled Ins heart to her frantic, up'
peals, us she knelt, clasping his knees
ami besought him not lo .send her
It wasa bard matter, "hut justice must
be done, ' the merchant said to himself,
in jtislilieation, as that face, raised so
beseechingly to his. caino before him
through the day. Mrs. Lockwood went
about the house very P.'ilu and sad.
while the servants spoke in whispers to
each other, as if some domestic calam
ity had happened; and the young la
dies, whose ow n carele.-suess hud placed
the great temptation in poor Norah's
wayanil not for thu lirst lime - shut
themselves into their own rooms, and
cried and sobbed themselves ill.
The day dragged slowly by, ami it
was a rem i in near inc light hearted
Charlie whistle on the steps, ami the
click of his latch-key, an hour earlier
than usual. There was no one but An
nette visible, and his smiles changed to
a most harassed, painful expression, m
lie heard Urn story of the day's doings.
The snow was already coming down
heavily, but, snatching' a cap from thu
hat rack, forgetful of overcoat orglovcs,
lie rushed out of i he house the Instant
he learned where Norah had been
The remorseful look upon her cousin's
face somewhat lightened Annelid's
heart, though she could not explain his
haste or the errand to his mother iid
sisters. It was a very anxious hour of
watching for all; Label lying nt fu
length on the sofa, her face, covered with
her hands; Sallie trying in vain to prac
tice at the grand piano, ami Annette
standing in thedrapery of the front win!
low, straining her eyes through thu fast
falling snow at every approaching vo
hielu or foot passenger.
At liri jyth the roH't.f un omnibus eeas
ed nt thu door, and the glad cry, nt,,,.0
he is!" as a gentleman stepped out
brought them ull to the window, was
changed into, "It'o only undo," hi tt
tone more of disappointment than of
welcome. Hut scarcely had Mrs. Lock
wood opened thu door to her husbanil
when a vehicle stopped at tho door, am
Charlie lilted a woman up the steps
whose hood falling back, disclosed thu
pule face of Norah.
The poor girl said nothing, but crouch
ed down on the slnirs the instant C bar
lie released his hold, and rocked to am
fro as one in the extremity of grief or
"Oh, father, for Heaven's sako don't
speak so! he interposal to Mr. Lot
wood s angry demand for an explana
tion of her appearance in his house
again. "It was ine; I got there just as
she had nur hearing, and told Ihein so,
It was me, father. She's sull'crcd enou,
already, pool1 thing!"
And more than enough, for a pure
niinueii, innocent young girl, shut ng
an nay, wiin mo Heavy accusation, am
the anger and unbelief of her master
hanging over her. with the worst of
idh is and va;abonds, and even crinii
mils, and nothing before her but the still
darker prospect of conviction and
"I hid them, father, to tease the girls
for being so careless. They are in my
oressuig-casu, continued Ihe generous
fellow, with vehemence. "Won't you
Micna to her, lainer, and tell her so "
Dut Norah had fallen in strong con
Muslims on tne uoor, wniie they were
trying to comprehend her innocence
and a brain fever was the result of the
day. F.very one in the family ininisti
ed lo her, from Mr. Lockwood, who
called in his own family physician, to
the good-hearted cook who had so un
willingly "given evidence ogainst her
I ut it was many weeks before the con-
s'-ienee-stricken Charlie saw her erect
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i ig smut upturn imwiiiiie stairs a.'ioii,
l a e ami emaciated, tho very shadow of
t'le inline young Irish gin wno came
there to liml a home. She was forgiv
ing and grateful to all of them, but her
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languor ami tininniy remained a per-
j-cinai remembrancer ofthewroii" so
Ihe faithful Norah's presence in the
household for Mr. Lockwoml has of.
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lereii tier a home as long as she may
need one is a check upon hi.s rasli judg
ments of the actions and motives of
men, upon Charlie's wanton heedless
ness of the ft .lings of others, and even
brother Jim's sublime selfishness. As
for Isabel and Miss Lockwood, who
tended her through her long illness as
if she had been a sister or a friend, they
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uaw inmost come to consider her as
fciicn, nun iioin uy to exact a promise
from her that she w ill take charge of
their homes, now that there is a near
prospect of two weddings in the family,
liut Norali inclines to "Master Char-
be s offer, to wait till he gets through
his law studies and takes Annette for
tn.!tr or worse. So in the end noor
Norah's misfortune proved a blessing
M:ib, i ivie i!..;i iite.
I one dav when
f!ie .::ttv Mi',. Carol .
an old friend of
her iiiamm i's, coming
room and bringing M
up to the silking.
amic Carott with
Mamie w as a vcrypiict little girl, who
never had aiivthiiiL' to bit v for hersc f.
ami perhaps that was the 'reason Mabei
liked her so much.
She could chatter away to her for
about an hour at a time when she had
the chance, though all the answer din
received was, "No," or "tc," or "Kh-
Mabel threw herarms around Mamie's
Reck and said, over and over again, "O
Mamie. I'm so glad you've come;"
w hile Mamie hiirdlv iniived fin ovelnsh
in re.-poi;c, but only just, stood and
siarod with her giviit'light-bliie eves.
"IL-ie.Maniie.hcreare all my things,"
said Mabel, us siiu took her 'over to a
corner of the room where, she kept her
tieasoivs, "You may plav with them
ever and ever so long. Won't that bo
"Yes," said Mamie.
Mrs. Carott and Mabel's mamma were
talking about a children's hospital, and
al lirst did not j jty much attention to
Ihe two little girls; but after awhile
Mabel's voice grew louder and louder.
She wan a little chatterbox at any time,
but just now she seemed to be talking
on w ilhout a slop.
"Ib'ie, Mamie," she said, "see my
Noah's ark. I took the roof oil' so Mr.
Noah ami the elephants ami things can
all gel out without tin v trouble, Havu
"U got a Noah's ark? 'cause 111:13 be '
you haven't, somebody might give you
one. if you're a good little girl, Mamie;
and j 011 mustn't make any noise,
Mamie, 'cause my mamma don't like a
noise. Does your niainnia likea noise?"
Mabel's mamma had spoken to her
little girl several times because she was
talking so loud that she interrupted Mrs.
Carott, w ho was giving a very interest
ing account of a little lame girl w ho had
been lately brought into the hospital,
but Mabel dialled 011 just tlic same as
"Now, Mabel," said her mamma,
taking up a large newspaper near her,
"I have spoken to you oftener than 1
meant to, and 1 am sorry mv little girl
is so disobedient this morning. You
know when your birdie sings too loud
wo cover him up with a paper, so I am
going to try the same remedy with you."
Then mamma spread the great newspa
per over Mabel so that she was entirely
hidden except two little feet that man
aged to peep out.
Mamie onened her eyes wider than
ever, but Mabel was so taken by sur
prise that for a wonder she did not say
When Mrs. Carott and Mamie went
nway, and mamma uncovered her little
girl, she found that she was fast uslcep,
ami she came to the conclusion that the
newspaper answered us well for her
birdie us for Mabel's. Youth' a Vumimn
iuii. Hayini of tho LiUlo Ones,
Mttlo F.miua, one day seeing her
mother lill a dish tin full of milk, ex
claimed, "Oh, there won't bo room for
the cream lo rise!"
One summer when Delhi and her
in ;t in 11 1 :i wi re hoarding In the country,
ns they were out walking one day, they
saw a man driving some unruly cows
out of a libld of clover. The worst cow
of all had a hoard hung on her horns,
covering her whole face, Dello'stonder
little heart was Ulcd with pity for tho
0 mamma," she cried; "do see Unit
boor old cow with a shade over her eyes!
J'lipy must be very weak. 1'oorold
JULY lit l82.
If you have humors and pitnnles. hoi!
ami i.'iupi ui s 011 lace, biu.ds or skin, it is
ntciiusu ti,e . ysuni needs toi.mg ami punl'y
ing. Wollioiir will give )i.,i such good
iieaiiu, sunn .ill lush r,m ami viguruus
lei ling as Sio1m,ii.i4,iv, 1 K :,ubitor, pure
ly veyctaldo 1 in! n il 11,1,1. nsniit to the
luste. Take ihe lb inhim I s1 ill, ll lull! lb
liver, to cleiniM- Hi c;,i', nn.l skin ol'je
lowness, to itupiMVi- di :i si'i,i ami lo liiak.1
the In cut Ii pure and (Weil.
A .Mai velum Cure
for all bodily ailineiiis, urihiiiL' from im
purity of blond, 11 loipnl liver, irregularity
of thu bowels, indigestion, constipation, or
disordered kidneys, is warranted in aire
use of Diinlocklj loud Ditters, l'ricc$l.0O
1'iitil (j. Schuh, Agent.
J-nek leu's An ica Salve
The Dest S.dve in the Aorhl lor Cuts
Utilises, Holes, Ulcers, Salt Kl.eiun, Fever
Sores, letter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, iind nil Skin Lruptions, and positively
cures nles. It is guaranteed to give per
tuct sitisfaction, 01 inoney ictumh'd. l'ricc
25 cents pur box. For sulu 'ny (lio. F
In (iooii spirits.
1. Walker, Cleveland, O., writes: "F..
he last twelve months 1 have Mill'eied wnh
liimbngo i.ml gcticial debility. I com
ineace.l taking Huniock Dlood Ditters about
six weeks age, and now have Lii ;d pit as
ure in stilting that I have recovered in) np-
petite, my complexion bus grown ni.idy
mid m l bettor Hiioguihcr. IVtee if 10'.)
J'au! (J. Schuh, Agent.
(ienlly Does it.
1. 11, (tic tro-s, iswaii !ici t, iniHiio
wines: "1 have used Spring Dlo?soin fur
dy-pcphiii nmi iiidiocsMou, find have loiim
il to act adnur.ibly ns a g' litle njiciient nmi
blooil puiilii.T. I consider it uni(Utlud
'you are tit liberty to use my mono us 1
reiciciicc. iikc.jo (cms, trim notucs
Id cenU. I'litil (I. Schuh, Agent.
A Cough, void ni'Snre Throat
thouhl be stopped, ixcgiect Ireiiiietrtl n
bidu 111 an Iiicuiahlc Lung discise or on
sumption. Drowns Droncbiiil Troches h
not disorder the stomach like cough s,nps
nmi liuLviius, but net directly on the intbini
vo puns, aiiaymg irritation, give almi 111
vstbnia. Drone lutia, Coughs, Ci'urih, smi
Ihe Throt Tumbles which Siegers iimi
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Drowns Uronehiul Troches have isrn
recommended by physicians, and alwitjs
give pelted s&lihtaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant u.-e lor netuiv
ati entire generation, they have illumed
well-merited rank aiming tie: few siuph
remedies of the age. Sold hi -'"i tents 11
To regulate the liver, stomach, mid bow
ls all you need is "Seller' Liver Pills."
Take tla-in ami see.
"LlMiskV's !l.ot;bSKAIi( 11 kit" the 14 relit
medicine lor b vi r and ague, inula rin. and till
od poison. Don't fail to u.-e it.
TutYoiTAic l.'iii.r Co., Marshall, Mich.,
II semi l)r. Dw.s Celebrated ElctUo-Vol-
tuic Dells ami Llcclne Appliance on trial
for thirty days to ne n (young r old) who
are ulilictcd with Nervous Debility, List
V itiility ami .Manhood, and kindred trouble,
giifitatiteeing speedy ami complete restorn-
tnui ol health and muiily vigor. Addnss
ns id ove. N. D. No ii:-k i incurred, a
thirty days' trial is allowed.
To promote a vigun us growth of the
mil, use 1'urker's II iir D ilsniu. It restores
the youthful color to ginv lour, remotes
fin 'I nil)', nmi cures iicbing ol the sculp.
Woithy of 1'iiiise.
As a nib we do not n commend Patent
Medicines, but win 11 we know of one that
cally is h public, benefactor, ami does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impatt that itd'oriiiaiion to all.
ee.trie. Hitters an: tiuiva most Viluible
medicine, and will itiiclv cure. Dilioiisness',
ever and Agim, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, i v. 11 when all other telli
es Im!. We know w hereof we speak.
and can ficcly recommend them to nil.
-xrli. - Sold at hliy cents:! bottle by Oeo.
0. O' 1 1 111 a.
I he in st 11ml cheapest cur starter is sold
' Doiden, Selleck & Co.. St. Louis. Mo.
With it one man can move a loaded car. KM
A (1001) DADdAIN
ill be given soine 1 nteriniseim' man
in Tnii 111 l.i.it'i in lhiihiing, which is now
iielcd Im sale on ensy teiliiH. long time
ami low rate of int -t Tin, l.u'.Ui,,,,
ms rented for tin. ,,nHt tear for
lil'ty to sixty -two dollars per month.
be properly consists of 1 lots, and two
trick buildings -a three story 4(1x00 nnd n
two story n; x 15. II, s a frontage of SO
ei ion Washington avenue ami 15(1 feet en
Mh street. If desired ihe machinery, en-
ine, boiler, i:e,., 111 the '1 story building
will be sold with it. For pnrlieiibirs 111
IrcsH this ollice, ni Jul 11 H Oln rlv, lllonin-
Oo to Paul U. Schuh lor Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequiilod, (!ooi
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in Englisl
and Gurinai:, Price 15 cents
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Eli.trlc Appliances art lent on 30 Dayi Trial,
0 MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
lfllo ars uirerlriir from Niinvntm IIkiiimty,
V l,"T Vitm.itt, l.Aca ur Nkiivm foaea Ann
Viiiok. W AMTIiei W kakn aNHKN. ami all Ihinn illM-am-i
nfn I'KiimiNAi, Natchh ri'milllinz from Annaaa and
oriiaa 1'Ansiia, Siisnly n-ll 't and cnliiili.U renin
railiiiior UaAiTH.vnioaanil HaniiiioiiOi;4Hantkkii.
is aranilsst illsrovsrv of tha Mnii.itiritli Century,
nil at unw lor llluitratvd l'aniililst fraa Addrvia
VOlTAie BUT 80., HUtiHAU, MICH.
tm i uk.
Chills and Fever.
Hhiiiniina I.lver Regn.
Inim toon In cull 11 tim
clnlU and curries tha
fovui out nl thufVHtein.
1 1 rurca when all other
reined tea full.
V t llin relief ai rt curs
of Una diHlrcHliiK (i.
cm" use Slriiimiiia Liv
The Hi (.'iiUtnr will ior!tlvdy cunt lliia U.rlhlu
dlseave. We assert 1 liiihal, cully wliul ttt) know to
be I rue
fhinilil not be rce'i. riled i n n trilling ailment. Na
ture iIcimiiiiIk thu iilmiirl regularity of Ihe IkkvcIh,
Ihcninre nsH'st nature by tuklnif fimimina I.lver
Itcuuliitor. 1 1 Is ha'inle.a, mild and 1 fl'ectiiul.
One or two tiililehpoeiifuls will relievo nil tho
troubles Incident to a bill., iin Hal", pm h nn Nausea
Ih..ilicss, Prousliu sa, bismrr ullcr i-utlli(, a bit
ter bud tll-te in Ihe liioiilh,
l'l iKor.i" rimy avoid ull nltm kn liv necaaloiiully
tnkini! a (lose (t Miiimofn) I.lver lu'nUmr to keep
the liver in heulthy uctinu.
L'enetally nrif iiiK fr iu a dihordrrnl Ktemnch, rau
he collected by taking Miumotm I.lver peculator.
Miiiliinria I.lver Kernint r moil eradicates thin ilia
cane. I'lutii 1 lie s,sli in, kaviiiK 1 lit. -skin clear and
hue Iront nil 1 11 iiniii-s
I'hililn 11 snni-rli t' w Ith colic mmi 1 Xn rienre re
lic! when siiiiiioii.s I iver liei-u uior Is uilintnirl. r
t d. A 1 ! it ts nlsii ilemc greut bei.clll from lb!
nieilb Inc. It is not l)Uili Hc-nrit ; it r harllilesi
anil lib ctlv . Purely vej. tabla.
J SLA nm iR iV KIDNl'A'S
Must of be il (sen-i s ol Hi,, bladder uriul 11 ate from
those ol die kiilm . lie-lore Hie action of tin)
liver luby and bulk the kidneys and bluildir will
,tTake oiih the "iini'i", wlilch ftlws bus on
:le- woiii,er ihe red , oaiie mark and sVnati.re ol
J.I I.XKIL1N fz CO.,
For sale by ul! ilruivisis.
km n o r
i ..- ;. :
Ifyotl ! i: f?v-r from tyMtila, use
l'.fRPOC.'i ill.'Kip KITTEItS.
II you are afflicted with billoio-ni-.s. ':s
- JHTMiOt K 131.0OP HITTERS,
If you ate j rostrated with sli k hi ti'ai ae. take
lit Iwij( K 11.( 011 ItnTKKS
If your Imwela are dlfordered ri nutate thtn with
l'lT:l,(:( K 1II.OHI) HI TTElitJ.
If y.iur blod is iuitaire, tmrlly It with
Hl'HDiK'K III.O'ill HI ri KI!S
II you havu ludicestlun, you will ti.d an antidote m
lU'ItDnCK Ill.oolj HITi'EKS.
Ifyon are troiiljled with srii,ecnnip!a tits, ermll-
Icate them witk HLTIPOf'K Ill.lH'Ii IIITTEHS.
II yoar liver I lortild reatore It to hcaitliy a. lion
llk IIUKDUCK fll.OOl) I ITTEkS,
If yoar liver Ii aliected yon wll! find .hnr- n-slor-
t' In Ill'KIiOCK i'.Uio III ITEkS.
you have, any rmti , ol bnriior or i.'mp'e, fall
nut to lake Hl'KDOCK M.(iul) I'.ITTEIiS.
If yon have ary slmpti nis ol n'.ci rn or rufu'.oiii
aores, a curative remedy will I f.n n i In
IllTtDl't K HI.OOD HI 1TEHS.
for Imp.irtltii; stretiuth and vitality to tie- svstein,
nothliiKcan eqiml HfKDOfK Hl.OdP HIITEHS.
or Nervous and (lem ral beblllir, tore up mo
aystemwith lll'ldiCt K HI,0(J Hi ri EUS
l't.n k $1 run liorrt.i:; Tuiai boiti.k. 10-tk,
FOSTKH, MILIilKX CO., rrop'rs,
DI FFALO, N. Y.
I'orsaleby I A I 1,0 SCHLTI. C'l
IiivrvfiiM of m, in!l iitnl in'- limn
niuoiioin in (,, .in, 'i-,iui ,in in,, I
kH hh fii'lv r - t . I II H inost
xO'iii ivenitil ililbieiilieloiiei-iiroi ii.
Our Hin ci t ulul, iiilly li lt ii, oid en-
liliiii'iii-'l ilim. Iiyjt. Ii. Kiita
sent wei'klv.ibvidei.ds nl.J month
ly. l-en. ut one,, fur exiiuiiitory
eireulnri nmi lust Ii-oimiI, kiiuk.
Hivl'leinla paid ilnrniif riutlh rteen
tiiolitiia oil thin r 1 1 1 H I ifi.il.7l per
Mlm.ro. A'tllein J'T.KM.MIMI
Mt.li'tUM, I II li3 LiWullo
St.. IMeiiifi., (11,
"Wn want a losiil riffnt In
every t-wn Kxcellont in liieo-
IIH'tlt IjlSI'l )IV tl U rhiUllHt-
blo, eut. irr.nl u uiuu. Writu fur
ailKNT roll TMK SAI.I! OK
Baxt m si k a m iiNtn ,vE
L'oll'a llsc Etinlne
anil Marino Iiiincs
and Hoi ler,s.
flXd'lXKS A SI'KCI ILTY.
KAUMKXUINKS, MAI JIIX1STS
OF ALL KINDS, HKLTlMi,
rulleys- iiiuT (Iciieral StijipliiH.
No. 1,11, North Thiol Klreul,
Cillui't. Ilm tut. Mail'
ilral.a, ,Slillini;i,i, and
mn'iy of lint bcl mcill-rin.-i
known mti coin-
liiiinlln I'm Iter bini;':
Tonin. iuti) n lucdu.iiK-
af in. h v;ni( (I jiiiwcra, ns
lo lu.ika it tho uirulett
nlni'd I'urilier ntiiltlm
Ilcitnnr Krer InciI.
It curea kheiiiiiniintii.
ni SleotilciwnsM, ridicncr.H
I UIIVCI O otuitt Mnnmcii, imweN,
UnlM Dl..- Lungi,LivrrtKiilneyi,
Ha P nnlAnrrii rliontirely diircrem rruin
Tat IWl Clmnp.t. anit "'"V- i;'"Pr Hncen
nu m"i,nii.m atn.r 1'rv.M ' -... ..(liu, M 11
oullifulttWlagray kalr. A V. f'h-,i.ir M v
M.tiltl hs.. UTrsSavtnuBiiytngDoliHrSI '
;.:V) Ji s. 'Jhj
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